light jackets

Summer jackets

Rain and sun protection

Spring jackets and autumn jackets

Warm in 0 ° C to 15 ° C

Winter jackets

Warm in 0 ° C to -15 ° C

The outdoor three-layer dressing rule is a layered clothing method designed to adapt to different outdoor environments and climate conditions.

Outermost layer: The protective layer mainly serves as a windbreaker, raincoat, and snow suit. This layer needs to have waterproof and breathable functions to keep the body dry. Common choices include raincoats, windbreakers, and raincoats.

Middle layer: The thermal layer mainly serves as a heat preservation layer. This layer needs to have good heat retention performance, while also maintaining breathability to avoid excessive sweating. Common choices include fleece, down jackets, etc.